The newspaper Expressen may face legal action after publishing the wrong picture with a front-page story about the suicide of a Swedish musician.
Increasing numbers of Swedes anticipate a rise in housing prices in the near future, according to SEB bank's house price indicator.
The Left Party’s governing board wants to allow the downloading of copyrighted films and music for personal use.
Consumers in the Middle East are boycotting products from Danish-Swedish dairy group Arla Foods because of the publication of cartoons of the Muslim prophet Muhammad in Danish newspapers, Arla said on Monday.
Police plan to dive in the waters the Arboga River to search for a what may be a weapon used in the murder of two small children three weeks ago.
Selling ice cream and candy with enticing melodies ought to be outlawed because it is connected to child obesity.
A teenage student in possession of sexually explicit photos of his Swedish school teacher claims the woman was trying to seduce him, reports the Göteborgs Tidning (GT) newspaper.
The Swedish government has said it wants to reduce social fees further for people under 26, to about 15 percent, compared with 30 percent for other employees. The Left Party's labour affairs spokesperson, Josefin Brink, argues that it is a waste of resources to shower private companies with tax breaks without demanding something in return.
After conducting successful tests in Linköping and Örnholdsvik, Sweden’s Road Authority (Vägverket) wants to implement new rules to curb speeds of vehicles driving near buses.
A 39-year-old man was shot in the back on Sunday night in Alby south of Stockholm.
The 10-year-old girl who disappeared from Stjärnsund outside of Hedemora in Dalarna in central Sweden on Saturday has still not been found as of early Monday morning, and police have now classified the case as a kidnapping.